ONVU Learning provide unique learning and teaching aids for the classroom, enabling education professionals to improve their performance, get better results for students, and make every lesson more effective and enjoyable. Unlike the average school partner, ONVU isn’t just pitching a technology solution. The expertise of former teachers combined with 360-degree cameras and leading de-warping software allows teachers to enhance their continuous professional development by recognising areas of their classroom delivery and control that could be improved, and rectify them based on self-reflection or expert coaching. This lesson observation solution is designed with empathy at its core.
Student engagement is a challenge for both students and teachers: Practical ways to help teachers share their teaching style to help engage students
With the school agenda being packed out with a broad range of subjects, students experience a multitude of teaching styles throughout the week. The average secondary school student will be scheduled to have around 25 teaching hours per week, not including the extra time allocated for independent studies. As students work to a demanding schedule, their engagement is bound to take a downturn and engagement levels will fluctuate between subjects.
The ONVU Learning team has recently enjoyed several intense days of conversations with senior school leaders and Multi-Academy Trust CEOs at the Inspiring Leadership Conference 2019, The Sheffield Hallam Festival of Education, and at Child Expo.
Following this morning’s Government announcement that the Department of Education has shared their strategy for recruiting and retaining school teachers in state-funded schools, teacher training and retention expert Andrew Goff, ex-teacher and Director of ONVU Learning, provides some insight:
The education secretary, Damian Hinds has challenged the education sector to launch an educational revolution in schools, colleges and universities. It is ethically, morally and commercially important to all our futures to do so. The UK faces a skills crisis due to a lack of investment into professional training and teacher development, and this is most apparent in further education (FE).
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